Welcome back to Impossible’s Analog Travelog! In this series, we showcase fantastic Impossible photos taken on voyages the world over. This entry comes from Derrick Tin who traveled to Christmas Island and brought along some Impossible film…
Born in Canada, grew up in Africa, educated in Europe, worked in the US and now living in Australia, I consider myself a true citizen of this world. Throw into that mix my Chinese heritage and you can perhaps understand my constant desire for travel and exploration.
From trekking the lost ruins of Machu Picchu, to lazying around the beaches of Rio de Janeiro, it never ceases to amaze me just how beautiful our planet is. Christmas Island, a volcanic island covered by tropical rain forrest just south of Indonesia, is a great example of untouched eco paradise waiting to be discovered.
Sir David Attenborough described the Christmas Island crab migration as one of the greatest moments of his career as a wildlife explorer and naturalist and, after coming across another article on this remote island in the Indian Ocean and their famed resident crabs, i decided to pack my cameras and go explore and experience this natural marvel.Read all